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DevNet Specialist 300-435 ENAUTO Study Guide

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NEW QUESTION 101
When working with MV Sense APIs, which type of protocol is MQTT based upon?

A.    publish-subscribe messaging protocol
B.    simple mail transport protocol
C.    heavyweight messaging protocol
D.    computer vision protocol

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NEW QUESTION 81
Which setting is used for the dampening period when configuring an on-charge publication for YANG-push versus OpenConfig?

A.    null
B.    -1
C.    0
D.    1000

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NEW QUESTION 1
Which statement describe the difference between OpenConfig and native YANG data models?

A. Native models are designed to be independent of the underlying platform and are developed by vendors and standards bodies, such as the IETF.
B. Native models are developed by individual developers and designed to apply configurations on platforms.
C. OpenConfig models are developed by vendors and designed to integrate to features or configurations that are relevant only to that platform.
D. Native models are developed by vendors and designed to integrate to features or configurations that are relevant only to that platform.

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